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@TaylorSwift13: "Tonight I'm gonna dance for all that we've been through.."
@TaylorSwift13: "..But I don't wanna dance if I'm not dancing with you."
Taylor om sina nomineringar för ACM Awards
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RED TOUR: sjunger You're Not Sorry
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Bilder: ute i NYC (29/3)
Newark, NJ night #3 gästarist: Pat Monahan
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Tekniska problem under Everything Has Changed
PÅMINNELSE: rösta på Entertainer Of The Year
Fanbilder från Club Red i Newark, NJ
Gästartist i Newark, New Jersey: Neon Trees
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Taylor sjunger "Story Of Us" i Newark, New Jersey
Rolling Stones om Taylor
Taylor Swift’s ‘Red’ Tour: Her Amps Go Up to 22
Best fan sign at last night’s Taylor Swift show in Newark, New Jersey: “I Newark Were Trouble.” Second best: “Don’t Listen to Poehler & Fay [sic], You’re Great in Every Way!” Bonus points to the two girls shaking booty outside the venue, hoping for tickets, waving giant cardboard 2’s (because they’re feelin’ 22) and wearing homemade “Not a Lot Going On at the Moment” T-shirts, dancing around the parking lot to a boombox blasting Red. I hope they got in. Because what a massively excellent show.
Seeing Taylor Swift live in 2013 is seeing a maestro at the top of her or anyone’s game. No other pop auteur can touch her right now for emotional excess or musical reach – her punk is so punk, her disco is so disco. The red sequins on her guitar match the ones on her microphone, her shoes and 80 percent of the crowd. Her set is mostly new songs from Red, the slickest, smartest and just plain best mega-pop statement of our time. She’s a master of every rock-star move, except the one about dialing it down a notch. But who would ever want that? (Besides the whiny exes she keeps writing songs about?) “Hi, I’m Taylor,” she said by way of an introduction. “I write songs about my feelings. I’m told I have a lot of feelings.” You are told this accurately, Taylor.
New York Times: Taylor har nerver av stål
New York Times Review- In an Arena Performance, Taylor Swift’s Nerves of Steel
NEWARK — An arena show, for all the planning that goes into it, is still a tightrope walk — there is nowhere to hide once the lights go up. So when things began to go wrong for Taylor Swift about midway through her Wednesday night concert at the Prudential Center here, the question wasn’t whether she’d sweat, but would it show. She’d just begun to perform “Everything Has Changed” with Ed Sheeran, the cheeky British singer-songwriter who is also one of her opening acts, when the sound slowly began to melt — Ms. Swift in one direction; Mr. Sheeran in another; the band, all the way at the other end of the arena, in a third. Technology, the kind that lets performers hear one another in loud rooms, was failing them. For his part, Mr. Sheeran looked despondent, or distracted, or just dopey. Ms. Swift was having none of that. She leaned in to him, whispering encouragement or direction or both, and steadied the performance, keeping it afloat amid the warring scores until the song ended, and Mr. Sheeran ambled off with a shrug.
Taylor ska gästa på New Girl
Taylor twittrar till Newark
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Akustisk version av Starlight i Newark, New Jersey
Newark, NJ night #1 Armlyric
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Taylor anländer till sitt hotell i NYC
BTS av "22" musikvideo
Twitterbild: "let 6-year-old me convince you."
Bild med Taylors familj från St. Louis
Ed Sheeran pratar om Taylor och hennes dansare
Rösta på ACM Entertainer of the Year
Tim McGraw pratar om Taylor
Twitterbild från South Carolina: Pre Show
@TaylorSwift13: Pre show. Columbia, South Carolina.
Nya fanbilder från Club Red i Columbia, SC
Video: Taylor med Emma under Sparks Fly i Charlotte, NC
Taylor uppträder med Forever & Always
RED TOUR: Tim McGraw
Twitterbild: "This tour is making me so happy"
@TaylorSwift13: This tour is making me so happy
Taylor tar upp Emma på scen
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Dagens gifs - Stay Stay Stay
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Red Tours första arm lyric
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Nya fanbilder från Club Red i St. Louis
Red Tours första gästartist: Nelly!
Taylor uppträder med "Cold As You"
RED Tour: Mean + anti-bullying intro
Taylor uppträder med "Should've Said No"
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Taylor att uppträda på ACMs
ENCINO, Calif., March 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — The Academy of Country Music and dick clark productions announced today that Jason Aldean , Kenny Chesney , Eric Church , Tim McGraw , Taylor Swift , Carrie Underwood , Lady Antebellum and Little Big Town are scheduled to perform as part of the 48th ANNUAL ACADEMY OF COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS. This is the second round of artists announced as performers on this year’s broadcast. The ceremony, which will be co-hosted by Luke Bryan and Blake Shelton , honors country music’s top talent, as well as the industry’s hottest emerging artists. It is produced for television by dick clark productions and will be broadcast LIVE from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas Sunday, April 7, 2013 at 8:00 PM live ET/delayed PT on the CBS Television Network.
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Påminnelse: rösta på Kids Choice Awards
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Ny intervju med Taylor för The Sunday Times
Don’t mess with Taylor Swift
She doesn’t take drugs and she doesn’t have meltdowns. But cross the pop star at your peril – especially if you’re an ex-boyfriend
There comes a moment in every hack’s life when they realise that they’re technically old and that it is time to reconfigure all their journalistic instincts, brush up on their street patois and start reading Grazia – all so as not to be considered “lame”, thick or dreary by the “younger generation”. My moment came three weeks ago in the run-up to interviewing Taylor Swift, an American, supposedly unspeakably prim new breed of squeaky clean pop star whose trillions of, mostly female, fans – not to mention record sales – seems to indicate that she will soon be “mega” on a Britney Spears level, but without a shaven-headed druggy episode mid-career.
Taylor Swift is 23. At 13, she was put on staff by Sony as one of its songwriters. She does not dress up as a naughty schoolgirl in her videos, take drugs or sing semi-covertly about blow jobs. Forbes estimated her earnings at $57 million (£38 million), making her the world’s 11th highest-earning person in showbusiness, a couple of notches behind Steven Spielberg and Tom Cruise but miles ahead of Beyoncé, Sir Paul McCartney and Angelina Jolie. Some people complain that she sounds reedy when she sings live (partly because, unlike most pop queens, she refuses to correct her pitch with Auto-Tune), but Neil Young loves her songwriting, as do Lady Gaga and Rolling Stone, which has compared her to Carole King and Joni Mitchell. Stevie Nicks predicts she will “save the music business”. Swift’s speciality is emotionally literate torch songs, mainly about her exes.
Until I was assigned the Swift job, I had never heard of Harry Styles. Whenever I had inadvertently glimpsed his face on the internet or the tabloids or on television, I’d filed it away in the anonymous pubescent boy-band person compartment of my brain, along with some vague thoughts that he had way too much hair. (Note to over-30-year-olds: shaggy-hair phobia is an incontestable sign that you are headed for Victor Meldrew territory.) But before interviewing Swift, word spread among the under-thirtysomethings in my life: “You are going to ask her about Harry, aren’t you?” they said scornfully, and when I replied, nonchalantly, that I had no idea who he was, they stood over me until I’d typed his name into Google and acknowledged that the mop-headed 15-year-old nonentity is in fact 19, the lead singer of the Simon Cowell vehicle One Direction, a fully formed international heart-throb with enviable “bastard” pop-star status whose band is always in the process of trying to elbow Swift off her No 1 spot in the charts. Mop-head, it turns out, is also the only recently extinguished former flame of Taylor Swift.
I slowly began to grasp that “Taylor” and “Harry” (the young no longer bother with surnames) form something of an elite in the new world order, along with the cast of Made in Chelsea and Justin Bieber’s worrying new hairstyle. There are blogs so full of Taylor/Harry gossip at the time of the break-up – the once happy couple seemed to have split up in the Caribbean over Christmas, with Styles finding solace in a hot tub on Sir Richard Branson’s private island while Swift was (supposedly) covertly photographed looking lonely and abandoned on a luxury yacht – it is a wonder they had anything to blog about before this ill-fated union. The entire universe seemed to want to get the lowdown on the split, as well as “deets” (details) on any movement in Swift’s dating activity.
The day before I met her, she had performed at the Brits, ripping off a wedding dress mid-song to reveal an untried and untested combo of – tutted and slavered the press – “revealing” long-sleeved T-shirt, knee-high boots and shorts. (Swift has been very famous since she was 16, when she used to wear cowboy boots and gingham.) Anyway. The song she performed, an autobiographical smash hit about a relationship fall-out between our first-person narrator and a “mystery” ex, is called I Knew You Were Trouble. It is extremely catchy in the same way as her previous hit We Are Never, Ever Getting Back Together (also about a mystery ex). The lyrics to Trouble include the killer line: “You never loved me or her, or anyone, or anything,” which rather juicily implies a cold-hearted soul of the sort Swift’s teenage female fans will identify with as they mournfully listen to it over and over again in their bedrooms. (P.S. I love it, too.) “Who is Trouble about?” I asked the under-30-year-olds. Collectively, they rolled their eyes (#howcanshebeajournalistandnotknowthis). “It’s so like obviously about Harry Styles.” That afternoon, Swift’s PR rang me to say that Swift loves antiques and cooking, but was not going to talk about her ex-boyfriends.
In a hotel suite in London, a tall, gawky (6ft 1in in heels), impeccably made-up, cheerful with an edge of the ribald, knowing yet well-mannered young woman – her forehead adorned by a (controversial) new fringe, her dress totally obscured by a long baggy jumper – sits politely opposite me, doing a good impression of a woman ten years older. Swift is almost unbelievably courteous and genial, and I understand why The Hollywood Reporter has described her as “the best People Person since Bill Clinton”.
The formalities over with, Swift exclaims how excited she is to meet me. Why are you excited to meet me? “Because,” she replies, so endearingly that I am completely unprepared for the fabrication that comes next, “you’re one of the most educated people in the whole world! So it’s really exciting for me.” Normally, I take the British view on shameless flattery – it is unforgivable. The problem is, she’s such fun that even the Swift “haters” don’t really hate her. Even when they’re slagging her off, the celeb gossip bloggers have taken to referring to her, affectionately, as “T-Swizzle”. She is also – annoyingly for me (it’s always so perversely satisfying interviewing people you can’t stand) – funny, highly intelligent and a tad geeky and eccentric. Occasionally, she lets slip weird thoughts such as, “I go into a trance when I’m in an antiques store.” And her exuberance for other people has stood her well. As a young, struggling musician, she would turn up at radio stations with home-made biscuits for the DJs. “People get confused when they’re musicians,” she says. “They think they have no boss. When really it’s the other way around – we have more bosses than anyone else. Every person who buys our records is our boss. And every time we go onto a radio station – you think that DJ isn’t your boss?”
Taylor om "I Almost Do" och "Treacherous"
Taylor fotograferas för KEDS
Bilder från Vanity Fair Photoshoot
Taylor på Maroon 5 konsert (15/3)
Fler bilder från Club Red (Omaha)
Club Red: Omaha, Nebraska 14/3
Vanity Fair: behind the scenes
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White Horse i Omaha, Nebraska NIGHT #2
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BILDER: Red Tour i Nebraska
Everything Has Changed med Ed Sheeran / Begin Again / Sparks Fly
Videos: RED TOUR - Omaha, Nebraska
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“Welcome to the very first night of the RED Tour!”
RED Tour merchandise
HQ "22" screen captures
Såhär ser RED TOUR scenen ut
Sno stilen: Taylors kattdiadem!
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Diet Coke: BTS av repetitionerna
Musikvideon till 22!
Taylor donerar signerad gitarr till Newtown
The tragedy of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings is still heavy on the hearts of so many, and there is nothing that can ease the horror of what happened in December 2012. However, there are several celebrities who are stepping out to continue supporting the families of the young victims, with donations to the Music for Newtown Auction. The lovely Taylor Swift has shown her support, donating an autographed electric guitar.
ABC News reports that there are several other generous stars in addition to the ‘Begin Again’ hitmaker who have sent signed memorabilia to the auction, such as the Eagles, fun., Colbie Caillat, Gotye, Jessie J, Jewel and Five for Fighting.
Lots of terrific albums are up for grabs, as fun. donated a signed copy of ‘Some Nights’ and Gotye contributed a signed vinyl limited edition of his album ‘Making Mirrors.’ Additionally, some musicians have donated instruments, including a guitar signed by all four members of the Eagles. If auctioners want something a bit different, Caillat has offered an autographed copy of the ‘Archie’ comic book she was featured in and a signed copy of the ‘Breakthrough’ songbook. Four tickets to a May 27 taping of ’The Voice’ in Los Angeles have also been donated to the auction.
The Music for Newtown Auction runs from March 25-27 at MusicforNewtown.org. with all proceeds benefiting the Sandy Hook School Support Fund.
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Highway Don't Care - Tims nya singel!
In a triple threat collaboration, Tim McGraw is releasing “Highway Don’t Care” with Taylor Swift, featuring Keith Urban on guitar, as the next single from his No.1 album Two Lanes Of Freedom (Big Machine Records). The track caused a feverish reaction from country music fans, igniting early airplay and leading to a No. one debut on the Country Digital Songs chart before its official release to radio. The track the Washington Post calls “sublime” is already closing in on 30 on the radio charts.
Written by Brad Warren, Brett Warren, Mark Irwin and Josh Kear, the lyrics find McGraw and Swift trading vocals that emote the undeniable pain of being torn apart by distance. Along with soulful guitar licks by Urban, the dream team combines forces to create a landmark musical event being hailed by critics.
Mer info om "22" musikvideo släppningen
The Recording Industry of America has named seven-time GRAMMY winner Taylor Swift their top-selling Digital Singles Artist, according to statistics released last week. With 39.5 million singles sales certified to date by the RIAA, Taylor is at #1 on their Top Artists list.Taylor holds the record for the biggest digital sales week ever for a song by a woman, and for the second-largest song sales week overall. She has had singles top both the country and pop radio charts around the globe, and has thus far scored 13 #1 singles across multiple radio formats.Taylor will release the music video for “22,” the third pop single from her 5 million plus-selling album RED, this Wednesday, March 13th. ABC’s “Good Morning America” will air an exclusive 30-second preview of the video, along with a brief intro from Taylor, on Wednesday morning’s broadcast, and the full video will premiere on www.abcnews.com and http://gma.yahoo.com/ at 8:30 a.m. ET. Big Machine Records will release the video to all outlets at 11:30 a.m. ET on the 13th.“22” is the fourth single from RED — the disc’s previous singles (“We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together,” “Begin Again,” and “I Knew You Were Trouble.”) all reached #1. Filmed last month in Malibu, and directed by Anthony Mandler, “22” features a cast of Taylor’s real-life friends.Taylor kicks off her highly anticipated The RED Tour this week with sold-out shows in Omaha, Nebraska on March 13th and 14th. The North American portion of The RED Tour will play 66 shows (including 13 stadium stops) in 47 cities in 29 states and 3 provinces spanning 6 months in 2013. Taylor has five nominations for next month’s 48th Academy of Country Music Awards – Entertainer of the Year, Female Vocalist of the Year, Album of the Year (for RED – Taylor is nominated as both artist and producer), and Video of the Year (for “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together”). The ACM Awards will air live on CBS on Sunday, April 7th.
"22" musikvideo släpps på onsdag!
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Brett Eldredge om Taylor
"Taylor is an artist unlike any other artist," Brett tells The Boot. "She is the real deal, and she has fans that are incredibly loyal to her and so passionate. They've grown up with her and they've told their friends, and now she has a hundred million more of 'em! But there's a reason she's that big. To be able to be a little sliver part of that show is really cool for me, and I'm so thankful for that opportunity to get up there and sing six of my songs or however long it is every night. I'll make some new friends and fans, and then I get to go sit out in front of the stage and watch her every night. She really is the cream of the crop of what she does, and the production of her shows are one of a kind."
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Citat av Ed Sheeran
Ed: Taylor. Because, Taylor is arguably one of the richest women in pop, and she is so understated and I love it. She lives in a very tiny cottage. She doesn't wear jewelry, doesn't have expensive art in her house, it's just a small cottage, very quaint, her cat lives there with her, and she watches CSI Miami and that's it. So she has the coolest house from the point of view that she doesn't need to buy a huge mansion cos it's just her and her cat that live there.
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Let's Dance for Comic Relief: 22
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Utdrag ur InStyle Magazine intervju
"I have guy friends, but the problem with having guy friends is, like, I always get linked to them and they'll end up in a slideshow of people I've apparently dated on the Internet," she says in the April issue of InStyle U.K. "I mean, there's all kinds of complicated things with having guys as friends. If they have a girlfriend who doesn't like you or things like that."
In the end, her girlfriends outnumber her guy friends by quite a lot, given all those "complications." She said, "So I have like two or three guy friends. A select few. But I have like 20 to 25 really good girlfriends."
Meanwhile, inside the pages of InStyle, Swift says she's doing everything she can to avoid becoming a "kind of a self-centred, vain human being." And it seems that despite once naming an album Fearless, she does have some fears.
"I don't wanna end up being awful and intolerable. Alone. Laying in a marble bathtub by myself, like sad, with a glass of wine just complaining that my life ended up alone because I pushed everyone away because I thought I was too good to hang out with anybody," she said, in the issue out Thursday. "The typical Hollywood sad cliché of the poor lonely starlet with no one because she put up all these walls and didn't trust anyone. That's my fear. And that's why I live my life the way I live my life because I'd so much rather feel everything than end up like that."
Swift told Vanity Fair it would be inaccurate to label her desperate and boy crazy, and she tells InStyle U.K. she isn’t even sure she wants a family someday.
“I don’t even have a master plan,” Swift says. “I’ve thought that I did have a dream scenario before, but it turns out that I change my mind and that essentially in your 20’s all the puzzle pieces of your life are thrown up in the air and they just fall into whatever place and I think that’s healthy.”
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Taylor att uppträda på CMA Festival
Taylor Swift, Kelly Clarkson added as performers for 2013 CMA Music Festival
Seven-time Grammy winner Taylor Swift has been tapped for this year’s 2013 CMA Music Festival, set for June 6-9. As part of the four day event, Country music’s brightest stars will take the stage with their biggest hits for the gathering throngs of fans. Typically, the event, titled “Country Music’s Night to Rock,” is filmed in LP Field and will air on ABC later in the year.
Joining Swift in the lineup are Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert, Kelly Clarkson, Gary Allan, Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Hunter Hayes, Little Big Town, The Band Perry, Keith Urban, Florida-Georgia Line, Lady Antebellum, Jake Owen, Brad Paisley, Blake Shelton and Zac Brown Band.
“We have an amazing lineup of talent for this year’s Festival,” said Steve Moore, CMA Chief Executive Officer. “I know our fans will be entertained and enthralled to see our annual family reunion of the best and brightest performers in the industry.”
Each evening, the gates open promptly at 6:30 p.m. Fans can purchase tickets now for the festival.
“I was just sort of like, Oh well, you know, I can laugh at myself,” Swift, who was supposedly in the bathroom when it was going on, said of the hosts’ riff on whether or not she should go after Michael J. Fox’s son or indulge in some “me” time.
“But what it ended up adding to was this whole kind of everyone jumping on the bandwagon of ‘Taylor dates too much’—which, you know, if you want some big revelation, since 2010 I have dated exactly two people.”
- LA Times
But while the Grammy Award winner admits that she’s dealing with a “little bit of a chaotic media circus right now,” she also says she’s looking forward to meeting her “great love.”
“Like a guy who wants to know the stories of who I was before this,” she says. “And the things that aren’t on my Wikipedia page and the things that didn’t happen on an awards show.”
"If I could find someone who just looked at me like I’m a girl, like a girl they want to be their girlfriend, with all my accomplishments and my criticisms, without this big cartoon character that most people see me as."
- Vanity Fair
And, according to Sales, Swift’s friend wanted to make one thing specifically clear.
“Why I think her friend was so intent on setting the record straight was that she felt that Taylor has been misrepresented in the media, because the media has been skewing everything so towards the guys’ version of the stories, not the girl’s version of the story.”
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Dear Taylor Connect member...
Dear Taylor Connect Member,
You've been an amazing fan and Taylor is honored to have you as a loyal member of the Taylor Connect online fan community.
We hope you’re as excited as we are that The RED Tour kicks off next week!! Taylor wants as many of you as possible to be there, so starting this Wednesday, March 6, Taylor is offering pit and premium tickets for the RED Tour directly to the fans of Taylor Connect (that's you!). These tickets are exclusive to the members of Taylor Connect and we will not make these tickets available on any secondary ticketing websites.
All eligible members of Taylor Connect have the opportunity to be selected to purchase these EXCLUSIVE premium (pit or premium reserve) tickets to the show of their choice on the 2013 US RED Tour!
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Vanity Fair Magazine
“You know, Katie Couric is one of my favorite people,” Taylor Swift tells Vanity Fair contributing editor Nancy Jo Sales on the subject of mean girls in general and in response to an incident at this year’s Golden Globes, where Amy Poehler and Tina Fey mocked her highly scrutinized love life. “Because she said to me she had heard a quote that she loved, that said, ‘There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help other women.’”]
Specifically of her dating life, Swift says that “if you want some big revelation, since 2010 I have dated exactly two people,” meaning Conor Kennedy and One Direction’s Harry Styles. Though she has gone out with some of the entertainment world’s most notorious bachelors, including Jake Gyllenhaal, Taylor Lautner, Joe Jonas, and John Mayer, Swift says, “[t]he fact that there are slide shows of a dozen guys that I either hugged on a red carpet or met for lunch or wrote a song with. . . it’s just kind of ridiculous.” As she sits drinking lavender lemonade in her “Tim Burton–Alice in Wonderland–pirate ship–Peter Pan” apartment, Swift continues, “It’s why I have to avoid the tabloid part of our culture, because they turn you into a fictional character.” When Sales asks Swift if she’s boy-crazy, Swift smiles. “For a female to write about her feelings, and then be portrayed as some clingy, insane, desperate girlfriend in need of making you marry her and have kids with her, I think that’s taking something that potentially should be celebrated—a woman writing about her feelings in a confessional way—that’s taking it and turning it and twisting it into something that is frankly a little sexist.”
Although one of Swift’s rules is that she doesn’t go into the personal details of any of her relationships, she authorized someone to discuss them with Sales. “He wore her down,” the source says of Styles, who allegedly “chased” Swift for a year. “He was all, like, ‘You’re amazing—I want to be with you. I want to do this.’” The relationship fell apart after he texted Swift to alert her of a picture on the Internet of him kissing a friend good-bye. They were “making outlike with their hands all up in each other’s hair,” says the source. After Swift ended the relationship, he pursued her for the better part of a year until she finally took him back. “But the whole time she says she feels like he’s looking at every girl,” the source continues. And then when they were in London together he “disappears one night and after that it was like he just didn’t want to keep going.” Styles’s rep, Benny Tarantini at Columbia Records, said that all of Swift’s source’s claims are “undeniably false.”
“It was like a pendulum for her, swinging back and forth,” the source says of Swift’s exes, with all of whom age has been a problem. Conor Kennedy, 17 at the time, was “just like a two-month thing,” the source continues, and Swift “says he was awesome.” The source says, “She dated Jake [Gyllenhaal] and John [Mayer] when she was really young and they were in their 30s, and she got really hurt. So it was like ‘That hurt—this won’t. But then it did.’”